Urban Exploration-More than a walk in the park « The Thicketeer Yesterday I made mention of one of my favorite subjects, Urban Exploration. For those of you who were intrigued, this is the post that will answer some of your questions and (hopefully) give you some new ones. I cant really recall where I first heard about urban exploration (to be abbreviated as UE from now on). I was probably playing around on google on one of my more restless days, searching for things like “adventure” and “explore”. Either way, I stumbled my way onto a page that mentioned UE and gave a brief description of it. I thought to myself, “Hey, I like to explore!
100 Items to Disappear First 100 Items to Disappear First 1. Generators (Good ones cost dearly. Gas storage, risky. Noisy...target of thieves; maintenance etc.) 2. Patrick Blanc Unveils New Oasis of Aboukir Vertical Garden for Paris Design Week Vertical garden expert Patrick Blanc just enlivened yet another Parisian townhouse with thriving foliage. Aptly named the Oasis of Aboukir, the soaring living wall was created to kick off Paris Design Week, which runs from September 9-15. The beautiful vertical garden was installed and grown in just seven weeks, adding an infusion of greenery to the historic neighborhood. Blanc’s team began installing the framework for the gorgeous vertical garden just seven weeks ago, on the corner of Aboukir Street and the Petits Carreaux street.
Skydiver Baumgartner Takes Test Jump from 21,000 Meters Want to stay on top of all the space news? Follow @universetoday on Twitter Felix Baumgartner as he prepares to jump from over 21,000 meters on March 15, 2012. Credit: Red Bull Stratos s Best Photos of sanatorium and tombeek Flickr Hive Mind is a search engine as well as an experiment in the power of Folksonomies. All thumbnail images come directly from Flickr, none are stored on Flickr Hive Mind. These photos are bound by the copyright and license of their owners, the thumbnail links take to you to the photos (as well as their copyright and license details) within Flickr. Because some other search engines (Google, etc.) index parts of Flickr Hive Mind, you may have been led here from one of them. London Underground History - Disused Stations on London's Underg Hywel Williams Since moving to live near London a few years ago, one of my interests has been the London Underground, the oldest and one of the busiest underground railway networks in the world. I'm not a train spotter by any means, but I find the history and background of London's subterranean railway fascinating. One of the things I find most interesting is the changing history of the railway, of which there is still much hidden evidence. For example, look through the window as you travel between Tottenham Court Road and Holborn on the Central Line and you'll see a station - where no passengers have alighted since 1932. This used to be British Museum station.
Primitive Living Skills: Earth Skills & Nature Awareness articles, journals, schools, and classes. Primitive Living as Metaphor Primitive living is a metaphor we participate in and act out. Life is simplified down to the bare essentials: physical and mental well-being, shelter, warmth, clothing, water, and food. We go on an expedition to meet those needs with little more than our bare hands. In our quest we learn to observe, to think, to reach inside ourselves for new resources for dealing with challenging and unfamiliar situations. We build up our personal strengths, and at the same time we interact with and learn about the world around us. In a story we can only join a quest in our imaginations.
Northeast Rail Map Planning a trip? Looking for where to live? The Northeast USA Rail Map covers trains from Maine to North Carolina. The following services in the Northeast USA are shown: - Amtrak Northeast Corridor, long distance and regional passenger rail The New Digital Realism: Retina Display, Lytro and Senseg The real world has never been more real, with the latest proof being the release of the much-hyped Retina Display on the new iPad from Apple. This new tablet screen, boasting a jaw-dropping 3 million pixels of visual goodness, promises visual clarity greater than that capable of being processed by the human retina. In a review for The Washington Post, Joshua Topolsky compared the new Retina Display to "glowing paper." The display on the 9.7-inch screen boasts 1 million more pixels than HDTV. You get the idea - the image is so bright, you gotta wear shades.
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